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Hip, thigh & groin injuries

General Advice

Hip, thigh and groin injuries are common in sports such as football, running, rowing and cycling.

  • groin strain - involves one or more of the three adductor muscles - adductor longus, magnus and brevis. Remedies for groin injuries include stretching, strengthening and muscle imbalance exercises.
  • hip problems - can be arthritic changes affecting the articular surface of the joint
  • thigh injuries - most commonly involve sprains of the quadriceps or hamstring muscles.
  • groin pain - common during the later stages of pregnancy due to changes in the pelvic ligaments

Groin, hip and thigh pain can be referred from a problem in the back.

To help you self manage your injury, we encourage you to first read our articles as every injury is unique.

To greatly improve your chance in succeeding the self management of your injury, our expert team of Chartered Physiotherapists can help. You can choose a physio, with the specialist skills to treat your injury with a personalised programme.


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Useful links

Editors Choice 

  • baby centre Article written by a Chartered Physiotherapist about symphasis pubis dysfunction (pelvic pain) during pregnancy

Personalised treatment

For the inclusive package of £28, you receive a personalised injury self management programme comprising exercises and expert advice from your chosen physio.

Included in this price is a follow up assessment, which you can choose to take at any time within 3 months folllowing the initial assessment.


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Specialist physios

Alison Whiteley - Chartered Physiotherapist Alison Whiteley Alison has a special interest in treating cycling injuries and has worked with the Great Britain National Cycling Team, accompanying them to the Olympic games on two occasions.


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